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  • Civics For Grade 6


    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 5 - Panchayati Raj - Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets - 1

      Tags: CBSE Class 6 - Civics – Chapter 5 - Panchayati Raj Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 6th, Social Science Civics, CBSE Grade VI free Worksheets PDF on Panchayati Raj, Civics Question bank on Panchayati Raj for sixth standard, Fill in the blanks, True/False, Who suggested watershed development programme? Write the different types of committees formed by Gram Sabha. What was the next item on the agenda for the Gram Sabha? What is Nirmal Gram Puraskar? What do you understand by Panchayati Raj System? Who is responsible for calling the meeting of the Gram Sabha and Gram Panchayat and keeping a record of the proceedings? Why the Panchs and the Gram Panchayat are answerable to the Gram Sabha? Why Tijia was looking for some permanent solution to the problem of water shortages? Which is the third level of Panchayati Raj System?

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 5 - Panchayati Raj - Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets - Cont. - 2

      Tags: CBSE Class 6 - Civics – Chapter 5 - Panchayati Raj Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 6th, Social Science Civics, CBSE Grade VI free Worksheets PDF on Panchayati Raj, Civics Question bank on Panchayati Raj for sixth standard, How are decisions made by Gram Panchayat? What problem did the women of Hardas village was facing? What do you mean by Gram Sabha? Who is the member of the Gram Sabha? What are the main functions of the Zila Parishad? Describe the importance of the local government. Write the composition of a village Panchayat. What is the need of Village Panchayat? Why committees are formed by Gram Sabha in some villages? What are the functions of the Gram Panchayat? What are the sources of funds for the Gram Panchayat? What problems were discussed in the meeting of the Gram Sabha?

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 5 - Panchayati Raj - Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets - Cont. - 3

      Tags: CBSE Class 6 - Civics – Chapter 5 - Panchayati Raj Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 6th, Social Science Civics, CBSE Grade VI free Worksheets PDF on Panchayati Raj, Civics Question bank on Panchayati Raj for sixth standard, Write a short note on Panchayati Raj System. How is Gram Panchayat formed? What is the role of the Gram Sabha? Differentiate between Gram Sabha and Gram Panchayat. Write short notes on a. Secretary b.   Sarpanch, Do you think the Gram Sabha and Gram Panchayat play an important role in the Government? Give reason to support your answer. There is Central and State Government in our country. What is the need for Panchayati Raj institution? Justify your answer. Explain the relationship between Gram Sabha and Gram Panchayat. Draw the structure of Panchayati Raj System.

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 6 - Rural Administration - Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets - 1

      Tags: CBSE Class 6 - Civics – Chapter 6 - Rural Administration Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 6th, Social Science Civics, CBSE Grade VI free Worksheets PDF Rural Administration, Civics Question bank on Rural Administration for sixth standard, Rural Administration class 6 questions answers, Fill in the blanks, True/False, How many villages are there in India? Write the full form of S.H.O. What was the dispute between Mohan and Raghu? Who is called the administrative head of the district? When was ‘Hindu Succession Amendment Act’ introduced? Who is the head of the tehsildars or revenue officers? Where should affected party register a complaint? Which amendment actually aimed in achieving gender equality in the matter of property right? Who is the in-charge of a Police Station? What do you understand by a ‘Bund’? Where can one register a complaint in case of dispute? Who is responsible for measuring land and keeping land records? What are the basic needs of the village people? What are the different names used for the sub-division of a district? Why Mohan’s complaint was not being recorded by the Station House Officer?

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 6 - Rural Administration - Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets - Cont. - 2

      Tags: CBSE Class 6 - Civics – Chapter 6 - Rural Administration Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 6th, Social Science Civics, CBSE Grade VI free Worksheets PDF Rural Administration, Civics Question bank on Rural Administration for sixth standard, Rural Administration class 6 questions answers, What is Khasra record? What it tells? How does a Patwari measure an agricultural field? What is the need of Ration Cards? What is ‘Tehsil’ or ‘Taluka’? Why was Mohan worried about picking a quarrel with Raghu? List the different names of a Patwari. “There was a land dispute between Mohan and Raghu”. What would have the Patwari done to resolve the dispute between them? How women were treated in the share in the family's agricultural land prior to the Hindu Succession Amendment Act, 2005? Why do we need ‘Rural Administration’ in India? What would you do if somebody claims your piece of land? Who was Mohan? What did he notice one morning? How farmers get a copy of their land records?

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 6 - Rural Administration - Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets - Cont. - 3

      Tags: CBSE Class 6 - Civics – Chapter 6 - Rural Administration Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 6th, Social Science Civics, CBSE Grade VI free Worksheets PDF Rural Administration, Civics Question bank on Rural Administration for sixth standard, Rural Administration class 6 questions answers, What are the responsibilities of the Tehsildar? What are the responsibilities of a Patwari? What does the Revenue Department of the government do? When do you think farmers may require a copy of land record? Write a short note on ‘Hindu Succession Amendment Act, 2005’. Why it is necessary for a Patwari to maintain an updated record? Why Mohan did not register his case at the main Police Station in town? Elucidate the role of the police department in the society. What is the role of a Tehsildar?

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 7 – Urban Administration - Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets - 1

      Tags: CBSE Class 6 - Civics – Chapter 6 - Urban Administration Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 6th, Social Science Civics, CBSE Grade VI free Worksheets PDF Urban Administration, Civics Question bank on Urban Administration for sixth standard, Urban  Administration class 6 questions answers, Fill in the blanks. True/False, Who broke the street light? Specify what an urban local body found in a big city is called? Who has the responsibility of replacing the street light? Who decides where a park or a new hospital should go? Who are responsible for preparing the budget for a city? How is a ward councillor elected? What was the result of plague in Surat? What do you understand by term ‘Tax’? What was Gangabai protesting about? Why were children worried? All cities have Municipal Corporation. Comment, What did Gangabai do and why? Why children went to Yasmin Khala’s house? Who was Yasmin Khala? What did Gangabai say when the Commissioner said that there were not enough trucks in the city? Why do you think Gangabai decided to approach the Ward Councillor? What could be the effects of garbage lying all over the streets? What steps have been taken by Municipal Corporation of Surat for the control of plague?

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 7 – Urban Administration - Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets - Cont. - 2

      Tags: CBSE Class 6 - Civics – Chapter 6 - Urban Administration Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 6th, Social Science Civics, CBSE Grade VI free Worksheets PDF Urban Administration, Civics Question bank on Urban Administration for sixth standard, Urban  Administration class 6 questions answers, List the types of taxes collected by Municipal Corporation. Surat came in notice earlier in 1990’s. Why? Name the local governing body that replaces the broken street lights, collects the garbage, provides water supply and keeps the market clean. Describe ‘a city’. Who sent children to Yasmin Khala's house and why? Who takes care of street lights, garbage collection, water supply, keeping the streets and the market clean in big city? The work in the city is divided into different departments. Write few departments of the Municipal Corporation. What was suggested by Ward Councillor to Gangabai? When do the local people contact their councillors? Differentiate between the Ward Commissioner and Ward Councillors. How does the Municipal Corporation get its money? Describe the role of Ward Councillors. 

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 7 – Urban Administration - Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets - Cont. - 3

      Tags: CBSE Class 6 - Civics – Chapter 6 - Urban Administration Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 6th, Social Science Civics, CBSE Grade VI free Worksheets PDF Urban Administration, Civics Question bank on Urban Administration for sixth standard, Urban  Administration class 6 questions answers, Write a short note on contract workers who work for Municipal Corporation. Write a short note on ‘Sub-Contracting’. Explain who is a ‘Municipal Councillor’? What were the reasons for the spread of plague in Surat? What types of decisions are taken by Councillor’s Committees? How can we keep our surrounding clean?  How the work of Municipal Corporation affects the life of a city dweller?

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 8 – Rural Livelihoods – Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets - 1

      Tags: CBSE Class 6 - Civics – Chapter 8 - Rural Livelihoods Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 6th, Social Science Civics, CBSE Grade VI free Worksheets PDF Rural Livelihoods, Civics Question bank on Rural Livelihoods for sixth standard, Rural Livelihoods class 6 questions answers, Fill in the blanks, True and False, Where is the Chizami village located? How much land does Sekar have? Fishermen go far into the sea. Why? What is special about Chakhesang community? What is the main crop that is grown in Kalpattu village? How much land does Ramalingam have? How do fishermen survive during the monsoon? Why did Thulasi borrow money from Ramalingam? What kinds of work do agricultural labourers do? What work does Sekar do at Ramalingam’s rice mill? What are the important sources of livelihood for the people in rural areas? What are the important sources of livelihood for the people in rural areas? Why does Sekar need to earn some extra money? Why often farmers like Sekar needs to borrow money from moneylenders? What does Raman do when he gets no work on the farm? What does Ramalingam do with the paddy grown on his land? How Thulasi and her husband managed to pay back the loan to Ramalingam?

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 8 – Rural Livelihoods – Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets - Cont. – 2

      Tags: CBSE Class 6 - Civics – Chapter 8 - Rural Livelihoods Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 6th, Social Science Civics, CBSE Grade VI free Worksheets PDF Rural Livelihoods, Civics Question bank on Rural Livelihoods for sixth standard, Rural Livelihoods class 6 questions answers, Thulasi get paid little less than what labourers get in her home village, but she prefers to work on Ramalingam’s land. Why? List some of the activities that poor families in rural areas often do for the household apart from farming. For at least about four months during the monsoon, fishermen cannot go to the sea. Why? Why fishermen are forced to sell the fish to the trader? Under what circumstance farmers are unable to pay back their loans? Why do people in many rural areas travel or migrate during particular seasons? Imagine you are a member of a fishing family and you are discussing whether to take a loan from the bank for an engine. What would you say? What are the problems faced by the fishermen during the monsoon season? What work does Sekar do for a living? What are the reasons of crop failure? You have probably noticed that people in Kalpattu are engaged in a variety of non-farm work. List five of these. How terrace farming is done? In what ways would her way of earning a living have been different if Thulasi owned some farm land? Discuss.

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 8 – Rural Livelihoods – Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets - Cont. – 3

      Tags: CBSE Class 6 - Civics – Chapter 8 - Rural Livelihoods Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 6th, Social Science Civics, CBSE Grade VI free Worksheets PDF Rural Livelihoods, Civics Question bank on Rural Livelihoods for sixth standard, Rural Livelihoods class 6 questions answers, Apart from farming how else does Ramalingam earn? What are the main activities of people living near coastal village areas? What causes distress among the farmers? Write a short on people of Pudupet. Thulasi gets paid very little money for the work she does. Why do you think agricultural labourers like her are forced to accept low wages? What work does Sekar’s family do? Why do you think Sekar does not usually employ labourers for doing farming work? What do you think the government can do to help farmers like Sekar when they get into debt? Discuss. Why does Sekar not go to the town market to get a better price for his paddy? Write a short note on people of Chizami.

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 8 – Rural Livelihoods – Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets - Cont. – 4

      Tags: CBSE Class 6 - Civics – Chapter 8 - Rural Livelihoods Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 6th, Social Science Civics, CBSE Grade VI free Worksheets PDF Rural Livelihoods, Civics Question bank on Rural Livelihoods for sixth standard, Rural Livelihoods class 6 questions answers, Describe the work that Thulasi does. How it is different from the work Raman does? Have you heard of tsunami? What is this and what damage do you think it might have done to the life of fishing families like Aruna’s? Poor rural labourers like Thulasi often do not have access to good medical facilities, good schools, and other resources. You have read about inequality in the first unit of this text. The difference between her and Ramalingam is one of inequality. Do you think this is a fair situation? What do you think can be done? Discuss in class. Write a short note on activities of people of Kalpattu village. Why do both Sekar’s and Aruna’s families have to borrow? What similarities and differences do you find?

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 8 – Rural Livelihoods – Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets - Cont. – 5

      Tags: CBSE Class 6 - Civics – Chapter 8 - Rural Livelihoods Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 6th, Social Science Civics, CBSE Grade VI free Worksheets PDF Rural Livelihoods, Civics Question bank on Rural Livelihoods for sixth standard, Rural Livelihoods class 6 questions answers, Sekar’s sister Mina had also taken a loan from the trader. She does not want to sell her paddy to him but she will pay back her loan. Write an imaginary conversation between Mina and the trader's agent and the arguments given by each person. What are the similarities and differences between Sekar’s and Thulasi’s lives? Your answer could be based on the land that they have, their need to work on the land that belongs to others, or loans that they need and their earnings. Compare the situation of Sekar and Ramalingam.

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 9 – Urban Livelihoods – Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – 1

      Tags: CBSE Class 6 - Civics – Chapter 9 - Urban Livelihoods Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 6th, Social Science Civics, CBSE Grade VI free Worksheets PDF Urban Livelihoods, Civics Question bank on Urban Livelihoods for sixth standard, Urban Livelihoods class 6 questions answers, Fill in the blanks, True and False, Name a new form of employment in the big cities. Who is Bachchu Manjhi? What is mandatory for permanent shops? What kind of threat temporary workers go through? List some activities that are carried out on the streets? How many towns and big cities are there in India? Which authority issues licence to the permanent shops to do business? What is labour chowk? Who decides on which day of the week the market has to remain closed? Why can't Bachchu Manjhi live with his family? How street vending was looked upon recently? What was found in a survey of Ahmedabad city? Why foreign companies set up their call centres in India? Name some big cities that have more than a million people living and working there. Why do you think small workshops and factories employ casual workers? Who are casual workers?

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 9 – Urban Livelihoods – Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets - Cont. – 2

      Tags: CBSE Class 6 - Civics – Chapter 9 - Urban Livelihoods Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 6th, Social Science Civics, CBSE Grade VI free Worksheets PDF Urban Livelihoods, Civics Question bank on Urban Livelihoods for sixth standard, Urban Livelihoods class 6 questions answers, Write characteristics of business persons? Why did Bachchu Manjhi come to the city? What are the drawbacks of casual jobs? What is a call centre? How do people earn their livelihood in the urban areas? What do street vendors usually sell? Discuss the problems faced by the vendors. Bachchu Manjhi has to think twice before taking a day off from work. Why? What are normal working hours in a garment factory? Why government is thinking about modifying the law that banned street vendors? What are the differences between those who sell on the street and those in the market? How do people working on the street manage their work?


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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 9 – Urban Livelihoods – Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets - Cont. – 3

      Tags: CBSE Class 6 - Civics – Chapter 9 - Urban Livelihoods Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 6th, Social Science Civics, CBSE Grade VI free Worksheets PDF Urban Livelihoods, Civics Question bank on Urban Livelihoods for sixth standard, Urban Livelihoods class 6 questions answers, In what ways is a permanent and regular job different from a casual job? Discuss. What work does Sudha do? What are the benefits of a permanent job? Talk to a shop owner in a market and find out how he plans his work. Have there been any changes in his business in the past twenty years? Why did Harpreet and Vandana start a showroom? What do they have to do to run the showroom? Write a note on the living conditions of workers who come to the labour Chowk.

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 9 – Urban Livelihoods – Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets - Cont. – 4

      Tags: CBSE Class 6 - Civics – Chapter 9 - Urban Livelihoods Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 6th, Social Science Civics, CBSE Grade VI free Worksheets PDF Urban Livelihoods, Civics Question bank on Urban Livelihoods for sixth standard, Urban Livelihoods class 6 questions answers, What benefits does Sudha get along with her salary? Would you say that domestic workers like housemaids are also casual workers? Why? Describe the workday of one such woman detailing the work she does in other peoples' houses? Describe the working conditions of people like Nirmala keeping in mind the following: working hours, conditions in the workplace, earnings, and the days of work available. Complete the following table and discuss how their work is different, Fill in the following table to show the services provided by people in the markets which you visit frequently.

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